Columbia SC Main Street 24-7 Health & Fi...
by Joe B. Nester on August 12, 2015 at 3:10 PM
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The 24-7 Health & Fitness Center located at 1614 Main Street directly behind Good Life Café is the perfect venue for a downtown workout. If you live or work in the Columbia metro, you will want to check the low month?to-month pricing, great staff and convenience of working out any time day or night. Watch tour and find out just how easy it will be to improve your strength and health with a minimal investment of time and money. 803-726-2240 http://24-7healthandfitness.com/
Agapé Senior SC Memorial Day Remembranc...
by Joe B. Nester on May 22, 2015 at 4:12 PM
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Agapé Senior would like to take a moment on this Memorial Day weekend to remember the men and women who fought and died for our Country. The freedom of our Nation should never be taken for granted and the soldiers that secured that freedom by paying the ultimate price should never be forgotten.
Honor Flight South Carolina Transports V...
by Joe B. Nester on February 26, 2015 at 10:16 AM
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In this second episode of Did You Know Joe Pinner talks about what honor flight has meant to him personally and urges World War II veterans to submit an application for the upcoming flight on May 13 in Columbia.
Joe also interviews Jennifer Kistler, Veteran Advocate for Agapé Senior about her role in out-reach and education concerning the Improved Pension Plan and more specifically the benefit known as Aid & Attendance that helps war-time veterans pay for assistance with activities of daily living.
Find out how you can support your hometown heroes through financial donations or just attending the welcome home reception at Columbia Metropolitan Airport on the evening of the flight. For more information go to honorflightsc.com
Columbia Main Street Renovation with Joe...
by Joe B. Nester on February 11, 2015 at 11:09 AM
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This first installment of ?Did You Know? with host Joe Pinner, takes a look at the history of 1626 Main Street in downtown Columbia. The history includes the original organization that built the building in 1907 and some of the well-known tenants that called 1626 Main Street home for the last 108 years.
The most recent renovation by Agapé Senior has transformed the space into a retail pharmacy and high-tech internal pharmacy on the ground and mezzanine level. The balance of the building has been turned into office space for about 100 management personnel.
The new pharmacy serves the needs of senior clients throughout South Carolina as a distribution center and also functions as a retail pharmacy for downtown residents and workers.
Daniel Bundrick, Vice President of Pharmacy Services at Agapé Senior talks about how technology has transformed pharmacy services within Agapé Senior. The new technology called the Talyst Central Fill System is revolutionizing the way medications are dispensed and distributed and Agapé is pioneering the implementation in the state. The Auto-Fill System eliminates waste, improves efficiency, improves accuracy and allows nursing staff and caregivers to spend more time caring for patients by streamlining medication management
Agape Hospice Life Blooms Eternally at W...
by Joe B. Nester on November 21, 2014 at 8:03 PM
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November winds scattered the Agapé Hospice Life Blooms Eternally memorial display at Winthrop Lake in Rock Hill. The display was in disarray and many umbrellas had blown into the lake before hospice staff arrived. When the clouds cleared and the winds died down it became apparent that the celebration of life would triumph as the reflections of the floating umbrellas in the lake stretched across the still waters to remind us of the beauty of the lives they represented.
Rock Hill 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's
by Joe B. Nester on October 5, 2014 at 8:11 PM
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Agapé Senior team members from the Piedmont came together this morning to show their support for the Walk to End Alzheimer?s event in downtown Rock Hill. Over 700 people gathered from the community and the event raised over $74,000 which shattered last year?s record by more than $25,000.
Agapé Senior was a regional sponsor for the event and over 20 employees?s participated in the Walk for a Cure. Agapé Senior provides Dementia education to all of the communities in which it serves as well as advanced Dementia training for its caregivers.
The first Thursday of each month at Piedmont Medical Center from 6:00 to 7:00 PM Pastor Ronnie Duncan, Director of Bereavement for Agapé Senior holds an Alzheimer?s support group. For more information on Dementia education or to sign up for bereavement support group, please call 803-329-4544
Good Life Cafe with Flat Out Strangers f...
by Joe B. Nester on October 4, 2014 at 12:04 AM
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First Thursday on Main Street in Columbia is a celebration of the arts, fine dining, music and the new spirit of downtown Columbia.
What started as one business Frame of Mind having an art show to attract more business to their store over five years ago, has grown into a full blown celebration that takes place the first Thursday of each month.
The venue which was once limited to just a couple of blocks has grown to encompass the entire length of the downtown portion of Main Street. There are over 18 restaurants, several art galleries, floral shops, hair salons and many other retail establishments that participate each month.
Each first Thursday around 5:30 PM hundreds of people begin to gather to stroll amongst the many establishments sampling food, looking at works of art by local artists, listening to live music, and generally just having a great time.
Michaels Café and Good Life Café are relatively new comers to the event but have wasted no time getting into the spirit of the Main Street celebration. This video shows the talented musicians in Flat Out Strangers that performed at Good Life Café during the October event.
Sumter SC Veteran Awarded the Nation of ...
by Joe B. Nester on September 27, 2014 at 10:33 PM
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James Prosser was an ordinary soldier who happened to be involved in one of the most extraordinary battles in the history of the world. The D-Day invasion changed the course of history forever. The 29th Infantry Division of which James Prosser was a member played a decisive role when it successfully assaulted Omaha Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944, as part of the greatest amphibious invasion in history. The D-Day landings turned the tide of World War II and marked the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany.
On this beautiful morning in Sumter, South Carolina on the steps of the County Courthouse people gathered to honor a soldier that had completed his call of duty over two thirds of a century earlier. The attendees were residents of the Sumter community along with officers and enlisted personnel from Shaw Air Force Base and politicians both local and statewide. Mr. Prosser was being awarded "Knight of the Order of the Legion of Honor of the Republic of France" presented by Monsieur Benard D. Marie. The order is the highest decoration in France and was bestowed on behalf of the grateful Nation of France for the sacrifices Mr. Prosser and so many of his fellow soldiers made on that heroic day so long ago.
During the ceremony the flags of both France and United States were presented by the Sumter High School ROTC Color Guard. The National Anthem of each Nation was played by the Fort Jackson Military Band. The staff of Agapé Hospice of Sumter was proud to attend the award ceremony and hosted a reception that followed the event for the family and guests of Mr. Prosser.
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Alzheimer's Association Alzheimer's Dise...
by Joe B. Nester on September 2, 2014 at 12:19 PM
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Every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer's disease. More than 5 million Americans are living with the disease. Learn the facts. Help wipe out Alzheimer's disease. www.alz.org/facts
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